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    News Archive for February 2022

    Architecture & Design’s best articles for February

    February brought about a number of stories across the built environment, with a number of developments across the residential, commercial and educational sectors, just to name a few.

    ‘I would not be respected’: Senior school girls told us why they weren’t interested in a construction career

    Construction is one of Australia’s fastest growing industries. It employs around 1,143,600 people, which accounts for 8.7% of the total workforce. Over the past five years, employment in the industry has increased 7.3%.

    Warren and Mahoney proposes new building for Google’s Sydney district

    Google Australia’s current Pyrmont precinct is to be extended in the form of a new workplace building located in Jones Bay.

    Back to school: Luke Johnson on sustainability in education architecture

    In this wide-ranging interview, Luke talks about where design is going, how education design has become his passion and why we need embrace sustainable design sooner rather than later.

    Siniat plasterboard put to the test at Masterton Builders’ townhouse projects

    InterShield, a plasterboard product specially developed by Siniat to resist both mould and water, was successfully installed at two townhouse developments by Masterton Builders.

    2-stop personal elevator installed for Leichhardt family

    A 2-stop personal elevator was installed at a home on Marion Street in Leichhardt, NSW to enable the family to travel easily between the ground and second floors.

    Doric launches new DN450 twin chainwinder

    Doric Products announces the introduction of the new DN450 twin chainwinder to their product range.

    Home lift project in Greenacre NSW delivers safety and savings

    The Linea home lift from Direct Lifts Australia is recommended for those who seek an improved quality of life along with safety and cost savings.

    Design chosen for the National Memorial for Victims and Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

    The Australian Government has unveiled the winning design for the National Memorial for Victims and Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, to be built in the nation's capital Canberra.

    Zwick joins GHD in newly created position

    GHD has announced the appointment of Mary Zwick as the company’s new Global Wellbeing Leader.

    New national housing report highlights severe supply shortages

    The National Housing Finance & Investment Corporation (NHFIC) yesterday released its second State of the Nation’s Housing report, showing while housing supply may appear healthy in the short term, there is in fact a major supply crunch on the horizon.

    Air hygiene: How re-thinking air quality will help protect us from this and the next pandemic

    Our complacency about indoor air contributed to our vulnerability to COVID-19, and we’ll continue to be vulnerable to COVID and other emerging threats until we re-think how we share our air.

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